According to Gunnar Olsson there is a strong analogy between cartographical reason and the unconscious. The paper is an attempt to analize such analogy by the way the principle of Simmetry by matte Blanco. To map the invisible with the invisible maps: it is that Olsson has more in common with the heretic Emanuel Swedenborg, explorer of the borderland, but the paper aim to explore the invisible maps of the Human mind with the cartographical maps of the reason. The question is about how and why we find our way in a world of shifting meanings. The starting point is the projection by Ptolemy, the cultural model of our knowledge.

Abysmal: The Unconscious and Cartography

BONAZZI, ALESSANDRA
2007

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According to Gunnar Olsson there is a strong analogy between cartographical reason and the unconscious. The paper is an attempt to analize such analogy by the way the principle of Simmetry by matte Blanco. To map the invisible with the invisible maps: it is that Olsson has more in common with the heretic Emanuel Swedenborg, explorer of the borderland, but the paper aim to explore the invisible maps of the Human mind with the cartographical maps of the reason. The question is about how and why we find our way in a world of shifting meanings. The starting point is the projection by Ptolemy, the cultural model of our knowledge.
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